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Bill Martin
Dave Smith
No good history of Walt Disney Imagineering could be written without in-depth focus on Bill Martin’s career. In 1953, while working at 20th Century Fox, Wilson E. “Bill” Martin received a surprise phone call: Walt Disney was seeking help to create his new theme park, Disneyland. Eager to expand his talent as an art director and set designer, Bill accepted the challenge. He went on to contribute to the designs of many attractions, including Sleeping Beauty Castle, Snow White’s Adventures, Peter Pan’s Flight, and more.


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Source type Book Series
Volume 15 Chapter: 21
Subject date 1977
Language en
Document type Interview
Media type text
Page count 22
Pages pp. 199-220


Id 304
Availability Purchasable
Inserted 2014-11-19